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I don't know who is or isn't a member of the IFE, and I have only the haziest knowledge of what they stand for, but the organisation has never approached me for help or attempted to influence me.
But the final goal was hazy, haziest perhaps in the mind of the supreme actor, Mustafa Kemal Pasha.
He is also well aware that a large number of them have only the haziest idea what his job as head of development at the England and Wales Cricket Board involves.
It remains one of my proudest, though haziest, memories.
As long as people had only the haziest concept of what a mind was or
Almost 25 years ago the late liturgist Father Robert Hovda put it this way: "Our habits and our predetermined ways and the structures of our society have fastened such blinders on our harnesses that, as a whole, Christians and Christian churches in our society have only the haziest notion of any moral imperative flowing from the Sunday meeting in which we celebrate God's word of human liberation and solidarity and then act it out in the breaking of the bread and the sharing of the cup.
This 'regime of censorship' means that Australians have 'only the haziest picture of what life is like behind the wire .
Everyone knows the rhyme 'Please to remember the fifth of November, gunpowder, treason and plot' but how many of us have more than the haziest idea of what it was really all about?
probably one of the haziest notions and misconceptions the Western mind has evolved" [p.
The suggestion that there is only the haziest of relationships between goals scored and corners gained is strengthened by the observation that in Rovers' biggest win of the season so far, 7-1 at home to West Ham, they gained only one more corner than they lost.
In other words, he thought there were scores and possibly hundreds of thousands of people who took tablets each day for their blood pressure who had only the haziest understanding of why they were doing so.
It is a brave man in these days of specialization who writes a history of English literature, but there is a real need for a single narrative overview for students and others who have only the haziest idea as to whether Milton came before or after Chaucer, or whether there is any difference between blank verse and free verse.